Transcript for Storms barrels across US, stretch from Texas to New England
The powerful storm system barrelling across the country tonight, after slamming into the now arriving in the midwest. Treacherous roads and snow and wind there in Duluth, Minnesota. Storms triggering this pileup. This is I-80 near altoona, Iowa. Traffic shut down for hours. And tomorrow, that front stretches from Texas right up into the northeast. Snow and rain for several days. Chief meteorologist ginger zee tracking it all. Hey, ginger. Reporter: Hey, David. A mild night with this heavy rain now, but we are going to be snow and bitter cold by Wednesday morning. That's a big story. I want to take you to the map, because that cold front is going to be responsible for a lot of this mess by tomorrow even pg. Even see snow in northern Alabama, right through central Tennessee and into the appalachians, say West Virginia, then by Wednesday morning, absolutely going to impact traffic from Washington, D.C. Through Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Boston, all going to get snow, all driven and fueled by this serious bitter cold. It will feel like 1, Chicago Wednesday morning. Waco, Texas, for example, dropping 55 degrees in 36 hours, David. Rain and snow and then freezing cold behind it. All right, ginger, thank you.
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